What Is Light Language?

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Light Language
Light Language. Paul Schubert/ morgueFile

Light Language is used as a tool for healing (specifically sound healing), as well as for self-empowerment, and co-creation. Geometric shapes and colors are used individually and within grids to reshape the aura and co-create reality. 

The term "language" normally refers written or spoken communication. However, Light Language goes beyond that. This spiritual language involves using all your senses of expression...

listening with your eyes and mind, not just your ears. Speaking and understanding it is a multi-dimensional experience. It allows you to break free of physical constraints and touch base with your spiritual self. 

Expansion of Your Spiritual Self

Logic does not come into play when learning Light Language. It is best to put analytical reasoning aside and open yourself up what may seem illogical. This language is experiential in nature—an expansion of your heart and merging of energies. It opens you up to all-knowing. 

Examples of Light Language

Talking in tongues, telepathy, and extrasensory perception (ESP) are all forms of light language. Communicating with nature (animals, the ocean, trees, and so on) is also a type of Light Language. 

Light Language Origins

Light Language originates from Aztec tradition and Mayan teachings from Mexican curanderos. Starr Fuentes studied under a teacher named Esperanza in Mexico for three years to learn how to use this non-verbal healing therapy which uses color and sacred geometry.

In addition to her teacher, Esperanza, Fuentes also trained under eight other curanderos. She translated her shamanic light and color lessons, spreading Light Language throughout the United States, Europe, Israel, Brazil, Australia, Canada, and Asia.

Learn How to Speak and Listen Using Light Language

In a one-on-one session the recipient subconsciously "catches" information that is emanating from the Light Language teacher's aura.

Because of this, it is not possible to fully understand Light Language (and certainly not CATCH light) through reading about it in a book or an article. Both the student and teacher must be present.

There are three initial levels of training to learn Light Language, beginner (LL1), intermediate (LL2), and advanced (LL3). LL1 introduces the student to 7 shapes through meditation sequences. The LL2 student learns to read and create 49 shaped-grids. In LL3 students create 144 shaped-grids utilizing 144+ colors and 80+ shapes. Beyond these three levels, additional classes and techniques are offered to enhance your knowing.

Light Language Classes

  • LL1 - Beginning Light Language
  • LL2 - Intermediate Light Language
  • LL3 - Advanced Light Language
  • TT - Light Language Teacher Training
  • AP - Advanced Principles of Light Language
  • RW - Riding the WAVE
  • EMO - The Eternal Mobius
  • MLC - Master Light Language Cube
  • TOR - The Advanced Toruses
  • Advanced Prisms

References: Light Language, Joyce Stetch, www.artofwellbeing.com, Starr Fuentes, www.starrfuentes.com, Light Language, www.lightlanguage.com